Doncaster has seen tough times over the last two or three decades. The decline of the coal mining industry led to a similar decline in employment across all job sectors. But it's able to count Labour leader Ed Miliband among its MPs and that should be one political heavyweight able to encourage big business into South Yorkshire. Mining and quarrying still remain significant employers but it's the public sector which accounts for most jobs. Local government, education, social work and the like provide rewarding careers in Doncaster or other parts of South Yorkshire.
Cleaning Manager required for a large retailer in Doncaster 36 hours per week over 6 days £9ph Own transport required due to some travel between other stores Must be available for an immediate start Management / Supervisor experience within the... more details
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Senior Commodity Buyer (Manufacturing) Based in Doncaster Our client is looking for an experienced buyer, senior buyer or commodity manager with proven cost reduction acheivements from a manufacturing or engineering related background. Job... more details
THE COMPANY The Brewster Pratap Recruitment Group are currently working alongside a Doncaster based automotive company to recruit a Stock Control Administrator. This is a pivotal role within the Stores that will coordinate and despatch all uniform... more details
Automotive, Motor Trade Job: Car Sales Executive required in Doncaster. Salary: Up to £14, 000 Basic, OTE £45, 000 Per Annum Full Time, Permanent Motor Trade Jobs / Automotive Vacancies: New And Used Sales Executive Required... more details
Manufacturing remains a significant player in the jobs sector. The steel industry has left a legacy of good knowledge and skills in steel and other metals. This has made the manufacturing companies world leaders in an industry we'll never be able to live without completely. But it's the distribution sector which dominates both as an employer and in a physical sense. Huge warehouses near to the A1M and M18 road links, or to the railport and airport signal jobs in transport, logistics and management.
Health care and Digital Media are two of the sectors experiencing rapid growth in the Doncaster area. These are generally employers of small numbers of people but this could be a sector to enter now and ride the wave of expected growth.